Diet Utahraptor’s diet consisted predominantly of large herbivorous dinosaurs.What other dinosaurs did Utahraptor live with?
In the formations where it was found (the Yellow Cat and Poison Strip members of the Cedar Mountain Formation, respectively), Utahraptor lived alongside such dinosaurs that it preys on such as Gastonia, Iguanodon, Hippodraco, Cedrorestes, Iguanacolossus, Martharaptor, and Falcarius.What are the characteristics of Utahraptor?
The holotype specimen of Utahraptor is fragmentary, consisting of skull fragments, a tibia, claws and some caudal (tail) vertebrae. These few elements suggest an animal about twice the length of Deinonychus. Like other dromaeosaurids, Utahraptor had large curved claws on their second toes.How does the Utahraptor Hunt?
With high stamina, fast running speed and a very tight turning radius, The Utahraptor is capable of hunting small- to almost large sized prey. Should regular attacks not suffice, the Utahraptor can hold the right mouse button to pounce forwards, latching onto whatever creature it leaps upon and grappling onto them, slashing away.